Most big-name antivirus companies like to boast about their years of experience, but few can match G Data. Not only has the German developer been around for more than 30 years, it also claims to have developed the first antivirus program way back in 1985.
You don’t need a dedicated device to enjoy ebooks. There are some excellent free apps around for reading them on your desktop too, and Calibre is one of the best.
There’s been plenty of buzz about Apple’s supercharged iMac Pro since it was revealed earlier this month, and now the grapevine claims that this pricey all-in-one will run with Intel’s latest server-grade processors (as opposed to consumer-targeted CPUs) coupled with an ARM coprocessor.
Every decent quality image editor draws comparisons with Photoshop, but On1 Effects could be one of the few that stacks up very well, and it's free of charge.
Google offers a huge range of online services, but the problem with most of them is that you are tied to your web browser when you want to use them. If you use multiple Google tools – such as Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive and so on – you may find that you struggle to work with them alongside all of the websites you have open.